Between 40%-77% of Americans participate in April Fool’s pranks, one lab42 survey found. More than half of us–56%–feel mischevious on April Fool’s day. Yet 26%…
Dreamforce 2011 has come and gone and it's time to wrap up our Social Analytics App. In part 3 of the series we demonstrate how to embed GoodData into Salesforce and discuss options for managing user provisioning and deploying connectors.
We've all had that 'aha' moment after installing an app on our mobile device, tablet, or browser – that sense of, 'Yes! It does exactly what I want, simply – and it just works.' At GoodData, we're working hard to provide that same 'aha' experience for our customers, partners, and developer community. We're doing this by delivering analytics apps with data intelligence capabilities far beyond what's possible using spreadsheets or visualization tools. These apps address pressing business needs, are simple to use and 'just work'. The purpose of this series is to enable you to leverage this powerful open platform and build amazing analytics apps of your own.
Dreamforce is right around the corner – are you ready to meet up with the GoodData? Well, we are excited to meet up with you and because we know how hectic Dreamforce can be, we have made it simple (and fun) for you to interact with us. From the basic BI beginner to the analytics and techie guru, we have a wealth of info we want to show off. Here are 7 ways to connect with GoodData:
Business Intelligence is a weird market. Here at GoodData we like to refer to it as an $8 billion niche market, because it seems that the mainstream of BI is aimed at a small group of folks hanging out in the outer reaches of Enterprise IT departments, discussing arcane technical theories and treating “adoption” the way that economists talk about 3rd world economic growth. Meanwhile, the poor struggling line-of-business folks still toil away on Excel Spreadsheets despite the promises of vendors, consultants and the elusive internal IT department. It’s the classic IT divide, you see it everywhere.